Andy Needham (@imcalledandy) shares how he sets up his workflow with Resilio Sync (formerly BitTorrent Sync), ensuring all his project files are backed up on a NAS box and accessible whenever he needs to work on them:
Steve Cassingham, founder of Metastyle Films, shares how Resilio Sync (aka BitTorrent Sync) helps him and his editor share Adobe Premiere files without having to deal with consistent folder structures:
Danny Davis, the founder of Wonder Giant, shares how his team uses BitTorrent Sync to focus on creating and how they remove technical hurdles like providing everybody access to files and keeping projects secure:
BTCjam’s mission is to offer affordable credit everywhere. There are a lot of people especially in developing countries that cannot fulfill their needs or dreams because don’t have access to affordable credit, or sometimes to any credit at all! We created a peer-to-peer marketplace that connects those borrowers with investors mainly from developed countries, that […]
Corey Henderson, co-founder and CTO of RecordSetter, shares how at the 2015 Bay to Breakers road race in San Francisco, BitTorrent Sync played an important role in helping the team transfer hundreds of Gigabytes of video footage under less than ideal Internet access:
If someone shares a large folder with you, or there’s a folder you need on another computer, you may want access to it but don’t want to sync the entirety of its contents onto your device. When connecting to a folder, you are presented with a “Sync all” toggle, which allows you to choose if […]
Steve Bliesner shares his team’s story: Here at The Photo Booth Guys, our aim is to create beautiful photos and amazing experiences. There’s no detail too small; we look at every background, every prop, every print, making sure the final product is awesome. We operate in Australia and the United Kingdom, offering both photo booths […]
Let’s say there’s a folder of files you’d like to access on your mobile device; maybe there’s something you need to review on the train ride home, or there’s a project file you’d like to show a client. Whatever the reason, the process of getting this set up can be challenging.
Photos and videos take up a lot of space on our phones, especially with the resolution increasing with each new device that comes out. Typically when we think of backing up our files, it involves uploading them onto a cloud service.
Work groups need easy tools to share and manage files. Data often gets pushed into locations that aren’t easily accessible by others, be it a physical server, or even a folder that’s only on your local device – with files too large to share successfully.
When you create an account in the cloud, all your folders and files become instantly available across your personal devices; it’s quite convenient. Recently, we rolled out a new feature in Sync to make this available, in a fully private manner.
Whether it’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes from Thom Yorke (downloaded over 4.4 million times), Diplo’s previously unreleased first album F10rida (over 2.1m downloads), or clips from the documentary Korengal (over 750k downloads), if you’ve gotten one of these bundles via uTorrent, they only live on one device.
When I’m at work and on my laptop, there’s a very specific folder structure that I’m used to: Each project has it’s own folder (with different sub folders), while each product has it’s own separate folder system, and so on. It keeps things very organized and accessible … that is, until I’m without my laptop […]